THE BLOG

06
Sep

Titan Engineer Allison Jones Named Flag Bearer for Rio Paralympics

Allison flag bearerThe Titan Robotics team could not be more proud of our friend and colleague, Allison Jones, who has been selected as the Flag Bearer for Team U.S.A.  at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games! This will be Allison’s eighth Paralympics and we could not think of a more deserving person for such an honor. The Opening Ceremony will air Wednesday, September 7, 2016, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm E.T. on NBCSN.Continue Reading..

16
Aug

Titan Robotics Engineers Help Paralympic Athletes Using 3D Printing

Titan Robotics is known for our industrial large-format 3D printers, but another arm of the business is helping others through 3D printing. 3D printing prosthetics for children and stability devices for athletes has proven to be revolutionary for people with a physical disability, especially athletes. Titan’s own Allison Jones, a mechanical engineer and Paralympic athlete, has a passion for using her skills as an engineer to develop new and innovative ways to use 3D printing to improve her own performance and the capabilities of others.Continue Reading..

29
Jul

Being a Young Entrepreneur: No One Said it Would be Easy

There is a saying that an entrepreneur will “work 80 hour weeks to avoid working 40 hour weeks.” When I first started Titan Robotics in my garage two years ago, I don’t think I quite grasped that  idea, but it didn’t take long to figure it out.

1MC pic 2Lately, I’ve been asked to speak in the community about not only being an entrepreneur, but a young  founder of (so far) a successful startup company. Events, like 1 Million Cups, have been great opportunities to share Titan’s story, our vision and where we’re going in the future. But these events have also provided me a chance to face constructive criticism and questions, and receive helpful input along the way. That advice and community support has been vital for Titan since its inception, especially for a mechanical engineer who decided to start his own business at the age of 26.  I think for anyone venturing into entrepreneurship, especially young people, community support and mentors are key components.Continue Reading..

22
Jun

Titan Robotics Expanding to New Space

It’s an exciting time at Titan Robotics, as we continue to grow and expand our facility in Colorado Springs.  Titan just moved into a new building with 8,000 square feet that we can kick out in and still have room to grow. It’s a huge step for the company, and couldn’t have happened soon enough. Now we’re able to hire on more employees, adding to our growing team, and manufacture multiple machines at a time in the large industrial space.Continue Reading..

22
Jun

How Large 3D Printers are Shaking Up the Manufacturing Industry

3D Printing is moving past the “what is it stage?” as more people are becoming familiar with the technology and using it in manufacturing. The recent movement in the industry hasn’t come from the large 3D printer manufacturers such as 3D Systems or Stratasys, but instead from small, local innovators who are driving the change to a more open and inclusive environment. The walls are continuing to be broken down by companies like The 3D Printing Store® and Titan Robotics®.Continue Reading..

22
Jun

Titan Taking Large 3D Printer to RAPID

SME’s RAPID conference in Orlando, Florida is the premier event for 3D printing and additive manufacturing and this year Titan Robotics will have a spot on the floor. RAPID draws companies and innovators from all over the world and is the unrivaled authority on 3D printing and expertise. We’re really excited about being a part of this conference, and showing off what we’ve been working hard on for two years now. We’re bringing a brand new Atlas we just built in-house and plan on printing actual parts for customers, including dinosaur bones, at the show.Continue Reading..

11
Feb

We’re Headed to the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference!

We are excited to let everyone know that we will be at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference in St. Louis Missouri April 3rd through the 7th.

We will be showing off our most popular large-format 3d printer, The Atlas, at the show to hundreds of additive manufacturing professionals. Be sure to stop by our booth at the AMUG Expo (booth 73) to take a look at our machine, and to talk to our staff.Continue Reading..

22
Jan

How 3D Printing is Bringing Dinosaurs Back to Life

With last year’s success of Jurassic World in the box office, there has been renewed interest in dinosaurs and the field of Paleontology. It has inspired families to visit their local natural museums or science centers featuring dinosaur exhibits to learn and stand in awe of the massive displays of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and other impressive prehistoric monsters.Continue Reading..

14
Dec

Video of the Large Format 3D Printer, The Atlas, printing a coffee table for CES 2016

This is the end of a 5 day print out of ABS on our large format 3D printer, The Atlas.

1mm Nozzle
.65mm layer height
70mm/s print
400mm/s rapid feed 235C Extruder
105C Bed

10
Dec

ATLAS 2.0: LARGE FORMAT 3D PRINTER DISRUPTING THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY

Titan Robotics increases the build space to 36x36x48 inches on their large format 3D printer, and and adds heated enclosures.

At the core of Titan Robotics’ mission is an effort to work towards continuous improvement and manufacture the highest quality large scale 3D printers possible. Since the inception of their large format 3D printer, The Atlas, over a year and a half ago, Titan Robotics has rigorously tested their machines and has made many improvements to an already proven machine.Continue Reading..